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Amiens, France in Europe

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Featured Amiens Print

'The first Kiss this Ten Years! - or - the meeting of Britannia & Citizen François'

'The first Kiss this Ten Years! - or - the meeting of Britannia & Citizen Francois', 1803, (1921). Citizen Francois (representing France): 'Madame, permittez me, to pay my profound esteem to your engaging person! & to seal on your divine Lips my everlasting attachment!!!'. Britannia replies: 'Monsieur, you are truly a well-bred Gentleman! - & tho' you make me blush, yet, you Kiss so delicately, that I cannot refuse you; tho' I was sure you would Deceive me again!!!' Above them are portraits of George III and Napoleon, facing each other. After an engraving by James Gillray, published by Hannah Humphrey on the occasion of the Treaty of Amiens which temporarily ended hostilities between France and the United Kingdom during the French Revolutionary Wars. The print is said to have much amused Napoleon. From "Napoleon", by Raymond Guyot, [H. Floury, Paris, 1921]

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Featured Amiens Print

Amiens, Northern Façade of the Transept, 1852. Creator: Henri Le Secq (French, 1818-1882)

Amiens, Northern Facade of the Transept, 1852. A pioneering French photographer, Le Secq is best known for his elaborate photographic studies of French architecture. His extensive photographic portrait of Amiens began in 1850 and continued for several years. This detail of the cathedral's exterior beautifully describes his skill at expressively interpreting historic architecture. The photograph not only displays Le Secq's preference and talent for isolating fragments of buildings, but even more impressively attests to his ability to capture the play of light and shade over stone sculpture. He deftly used raking light to infuse vitality and plasticity to the centrally positioned carved figure and the architectural elements surrounding it. The lowered frontal camera position stresses an order and formality that Le Secq believed was inherent in Gothic cathedrals

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Featured Amiens Print

Two pages of a book, The Somme, Michelin

Two pages of a book, The Somme, Volume I, The First Battle of the Somme (1916-1917), published by Michelin, 1919, dedicated to the memory of Michelin workmen and employees who lost their lives. Part of a series of illustrated guides to the battlefields of the First World War. Two other books, covering Lille and Amiens, are resting underneath. Date: 1916-1917

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